Release Notes - pdbctl 1.5.1
The pdbctl utility is a stand-alone utility that performs data migrations for CDP clients using the CipherTrust Manager.
This release includes bug fixes.
|PDB-4059||M||Unable to add a database connection if the database user contains
|PDB-3913||H||During migration, the following error is returned:
|PDB-4090||M||During data migration/recreation of views and triggers, following error message is returned:
When migrating/recreating views and triggers with
Table name and IDV view name greater than 30 characters are not supported with database used.
|PDB-3488||L||Decryption fails if the value of
Run the following script as table owner.
Error replacement value is not supported.
Migration of tables with identity columns are not supported.
Centralized management of multiple databases is not supported.
No graphic user interface, only command line interface is supported.
Java 1.8.0_252 or higher is mandatory for utility to run.
Oracle database's Java version should be 1.6.0_121 or higher for SSL connection.
After migration, instead of returning the
INSERT/UPDATE operation disallowederror, the insert and update operations get surpassed on virtual columns; however, the behavior remains the same, the values in the virtual columns are based on the original default value expression.
This section documents known compatibility topics to be considered before deploying the pdbctl utility.
The pdbctl utility can be used with CipherTrust Manager 1.8.0 and higher versions.
|CDP Client||Minimum Supported Version|
|CDP for Oracle||8.10.0 or higher versions|
|CDP for MS SQL||8.10.0 or higher versions|
|CDP for DB2||8.8.0 or higher versions|